According to Webster: “black,” (in context) adj. Being of the color black, producing or reflecting comparatively little light and having no predominant hue.
According to Webster: “white,” (in context) n. The achromatic color of ultimate lightness that reflect all the light of all visible wavelengths.
Now that I’ve laid the foundation for today’s offering, I’d like to begin by once again voicing my disdain for misinformation and fraud.
Question: What misinformation and what fraud you ask?
To which of course I respond; “all misinformation and all fraud,” albeit for today’s purpose the subject matter will be specific to the misinformation and fraud concerning…
Question: Were George Washington and Abraham Lincoln white men?
Not according to this guy!
According to this guy, George Washington’s complexion is pale to ruddy…
Question: What the hell is ruddy?
According to Webster: “rud·dy,” adj. (in context) Having a healthy, reddish color; Rosy.
While I’m sure that he would judge Abraham Lincoln’s skin tone to be shades of tan and hues of brown and red.
So no, contrary to popular beliefs, (so-called white people), are in fact not white, nor are (so-called black people), black.
So-called black people are in fact, (brown people), so many shades and hues of brown that a true artist must mix up the tones he needs as he goes, because more often than not, skin tones like sunsets change with the light you have to work with.
Now that I have solved the problem of white people versus black people in America and in the world, I’d like to move on to…
Sally Kohn is a liberal political commentator, community organizer, and founder and chief education officer of the Movement Vision Lab, a grassroots think tank. Kohn was a contributor for the Fox News Channel
Her writing is published in publications like The Washington Post and USA Today.
Question: So what’s new from Sally?
Published on July 4, 2014.
“During the civil rights era, Alabama Gov. George Wallace was asked by a supporter why he was fixated on the politics of race. Wallace replied, ‘You know, I tried to talk about good roads and good schools and all these things that have been part of my career, and nobody listened.
And then I began talking about n*ggers, and they stomped the floor.’
In the 1980s, during the rise of the gay rights movement, North Carolina Sen. Jesse Helms accused a political opponent for supporting ‘f*ggots, perverts [and] sexual deviates of this nation.’
Today, opponents of immigration reform attack undocumented immigrants as ‘illegal immigrants.”
“Your bio (touts) that you attended George Washington University in Washington, D.C. in pursuit of a bachelors degree in psychology?
It also touts that you graduated from New York University school of Law with a juris doctorate in 2002, ..and that you have a Masters degree in public administration from Robert F. Wagner graduate school of Public service?”
That’s an awful lot of university education for an individual who (doesn’t understand) that entering the U. S. without a valid passport or adhering to lawful protocol is illegal.”
According to Webster: “il·le·gal,” adj. Prohibited by law.
“Even worse, like anti-immigration extremists, some prominent elected officials use the term ‘illegals.’ Maine Gov. Paul LePage, a Republican, said, ‘I urge all Mainers to tell your city councilors and selectmen to stop handing out your money to illegals.’
Not the same thing? Of course it is.
She goes on to call for the elimination of the term “illegal” from public discourse, essentially arguing that social pressure should be employed to rid American (parlance) of the adjective.”
According to Webster: “par·lance,” n.A particular manner of speaking; idiom: legal parlance.
“The organization Race Forward has a campaign to get media organizations to ‘Drop The I-Word’ in their reporting about immigration,” Kohn wrote. “So far, the campaign has succeeded in getting the Associated Press, USA Today, the Los Angeles Times and many other outlets to stop using the word. But the pressure continues on The New York Times, The Washington Post and radio and television outlets.
And the campaign around media usage is just one step toward influencing and ultimately ending the use of the word ‘illegal’ by everyone in America.”
As a friendly suggestion to Ms. Kohn, (it is my opinion), that in order for her to be completely successful in her effort, she should extend her campaign to banish the word stupid.
“It seemed that Kohn would propose an alternate description for those who enter the U.S. unlawfully: “undocumented immigrants.
Whether she intended that the word “undocumented” would come to connote “illegal,” or whether she intended that abolishing the use of the word “illegal” would, by association, eliminate the unlawful nature of such immigration, was unclear.”
Of coarse, (in my opinion), Ms. Kohn, like “Barack Obama” is a child attempting to play “grown-up” without having read the manual.
Moving on to Mr. Jesse Jackson, the perpetrator of the most egregious racial fraud in American history.
According to Webster: “e·gre·gious,” adj. Conspicuously bad or offensive.
The phrase, and/or, idiom (African-American) is touted to be the “lexicon” of Mr. Jackson to lull (black people) into feeling better about themselves.
One more time, (for the record), if a Homo sapien, and/or, human being is born in Africa, that Homo sapien, and/or, human being is an African.
If a Homo sapien, and/or, human being is born in America, that Homo sapien, and/or, human being is an American.
Color and ethnicity have absolutely nothing to do with where a Homo sapien, and/or, human being is born.
So from this day forth, please know that referring to a brown person as a black person is misinformation.
Also please know that referring to a person born in America as anything other than an American is fraud.
Truth forges understanding, I’ll be back tomorrow